Despite Avelina's best attempts at diverting attention from herself, the margrave
has taken notice.
It has long been known that Tiberius und Annabella has similarities to what can be discerned of 'The Comedy of a Duke of Ferrara', and these similarities are made clearer by the extra information now available in the Hecatonphila allusion--Tiberius und Annabella features a duke of Ferrara; a margrave
; and Annabella, daughter of the margrave
, who ends up marrying the duke of Ferrara's son- These four characters map closely onto the four characters now known in connection with the 'Comedy of a Duke of Ferrara', as the table shows As for its plot: in the German play, the widowed duke of Ferrara sends his son, a bachelor, to Mompelgard, to woo the daughter of the margrave
on his father's behalf.
When the Emperor, after entering Augsburg, stubbornly demanded that the Lutherans cease preaching, Margrave
George of Brandenburg finally declared: "Rather than deny my God and suffer the Word of God to be taken from me, I will kneel down and have my head struck off.
never responded to Bach, (who wanted a position at Brandenburg) - indeed he may never have even heard the concertos performed.
We did it because so many people were coming up to us after Margrave
and saying when are you getting around to putting out those articles because some of them are so exceedingly good," explained Sheila.
The King's Bed was used, during his state visit to London in 1694, by Louis William, Margrave
of Baden Baden (1655-1707, Fig.
The Reformation made a weak beginning here, depending ultimately upon the initiative of the margrave
, who first introduced the office of superintendent, on the Saxon model, in 1528, and who made the territory officially Lutheran by publishing a church ordinance at the end of 1532.
, buyer at Tuesday Morning, a catalog, agreed, but said that the nuetrals are not yet dead.
The income of the margrave
of Brandenburg between 1533 and 1539 was 75,755 golden a year,(13) that is between 10.
He early showed his genius for organization and was recommended to the Viennese court by Margrave
Ludwig of Baden, the imperial general in Hungary, to whom he had lent 100,000 gulden.
In the field of reception, Boyd dispels the myth that the Margrave
of Brandenburg necessarily never used the concertos and that they were carelessly sold 'at a ridiculously low price'.
Johann Reinhard (1714-1772), the Margrave
of Baden-Durlach, was also "a passionate collector of minerals," and a friend of Caroline Louise.